The Musée du Louvre, had an approximate figure of 9.3 million visitors during 2014, which represents a similar and stable figure to 2013, so it continues to rank first among the most visited museums in the world.
The foreign visitors accounting for about 70% of the audience, and the most common nationalities are American, Chinese, Italian, English and Brazilian. The museum quoted that its permanent collections received more than 100,000 visitors in 2013.
The reopening to the public of the rooms dedicated to the works of art of the 18th-Century and the new presentation of the Victory of Samothrace were the two times of the year. “Over 50% of visitors are under 30 years, of which there is a high proportion of young people aged 18 to 25 years, ie 1.9 million people”, said the Louvre.